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A motorist who is looking to spend more than €20,000 will make the biggest savings. File photograph: Getty Images

Anyone in the market for a low-price high-spec used car needs to act fast or risk finding their options considerably reduced as a result of the compli(...)

 Jamie Oliver’s restaurants  were rendered insolvent in Britain last week with the loss of 1,000 jobs. Photograph:  Paul Ellis

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver refused to write off almost €15 million in loans to his restaurant chain as part of a proposal to rescue the business, whi(...)

Fexco, founded and led by executive chairman Brian McCarthy, bought 75 per cent of Goodbody eight years ago from AIB in a deal worth €24 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

It didn’t take long. Less than four months after Goodbody Stockbrokers and its majority owner Fexco pulled out of a deal to sell the 142-year-old firm(...)

Kerry-based financial services company Fexco bought 75 per cent of Goodbody eight years ago from AIB in a deal worth €24 million. Photograph: iStock

J Goodbody Stockbrokers and its majority owner Fexco are in fresh talks with a number of interested parties that could see all or part of the busines(...)

Graeme McDowell is among the investors to back Galway-based Orreco

Golfer Graeme McDowell and and Padraig Harrington’s caddie Ronan Flood are among the investors to have backed Irish sports tech company Orreco as it c(...)

Wazp co-founders Shane Hassett and Mariana Koba

Wazp, a start-up which helped develop Ikea’s first mass-produced 3D-printed product, has raised €2 million in funding from backers including former Gl(...)

Tánaiste Simon Coveney on BBC TV’s The Andrew Marr Show: “The European Parliament will not ratify a Withdrawal Agreement that doesn’t have a backstop in it. It’s as simple as that.”

AIB is in talks to buy Payzone, the Irish electronic payments company, according to the Sunday Times. The bank is reportedly in exclusive talks with P(...)

Goodbody managing director Roy Barrett. Deal to sell to Chinese investors has been called off.

Stockbroking firm Goodbody and its majority owner Fexco have decided not to proceed with the sale of Goodbody to a consortium of Chinese investors. “(...)

The regulatory environment that surrounds businesses in the on-demand economy is often based upon principles and assumptions that no longer apply. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The way consumers access many everyday products and services has been turned on its head over the past five or six years by smartphones and the on-dem(...)

The retail sector saw heightened M&A activity thanks to deals such as Musgrave’s purchase of Donnybrook Fair

A number of headline-grabbing deals including the $635 million (€549 million) acquisition of Dublin-headquartered Adapt Pharma boosted M&A activi(...)

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